Venue: Emirates Stadium
Date: Sunday, April 2
Arsenal take on Manchester City in undoubtedly the biggest match this weekend.
Arsenal will have to manage without their goalkeeper Petr Cech (calf), forward Lucas Perez (thigh) and midfielder Santi Cazorla (Achilles). Boss Arsene Wenger also revealed that Mesut Ozil is nearing full fitness and is likely to start.
The Gunners have been defeated just once in their 19 previous home Premier League matches against Manchester City (W11 D6).
Pep Guardiola’s side is looking to complete the double over Arsenal for the first time.
Arsenal (8) and Man City (7) have found the back of the net through substitutes on more occasions than of all PL sides this term.
The last seven Premier League duels between these two teams have produced 27 goals, an average of 3.86 per match.
"They go for it; we go for it. It should be a promising game,” said Wenger ahead of the high-profile contest.
The north Londoners have lost four and won one of their last five games in the league. City have won 3 and drawn 2 of their last five.
Olivier Giroud to score
More than 3 goals in the match
Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City
William Hill has joined some of its competitors by moving out of the Polish iGaming market after the country brought in a new gambling law.
The company shot a letter to all stakeholders in Poland, informing them that it intends to stop offering its products in Poland prior to April 1.
Customers can withdraw their funds from the site until April 1. Post this date, they will have to contact customer support to do the same.
Apart from this, William Hill has informed all affiliates to take off any marketing material directed at Polish customers from their websites.
Despite withdrawing from the market, William Hill intends to return to the market in the future.
In December, the Polish government approved a new Gambling Act that will add a 12% tax on wagering turnover.
With such a high rate of tax, operators feel the Polish market is not profitable.
In retaliation, several operators have decided to cease operations in the country on April 1. EnergyBet announced its withdrawal earlier in the week.
Totalizator Sportowy will remain the monopoly in Poland, with total control over the online gaming market.